Scientists say that poorer countries will see devastating effects much sooner than richer ones.
Want a friendly online persona? Throw on a sweater.
New research suggests that reflecting on a breakup may help heal the heart.
Just nine months from her 18th birthday, a Connecticut girl is fighting against forced chemo.
NASA’s newly released images hint at the destruction of the Pillars of Creation 6,000 years ago.
Using the snotty strobe lights in its mouth, this deepwater mollusk can fend off hungry predators as mighty as the mantis shrimp.
Researchers believe they have identified where a two-year-old child contracted the first case of the deadly disease in West Africa.
The pontiff plans to issue a rare and controversial plea for Catholics to consider the environment. Recent polls show his message just might resonate.
The neural area in charge of thumb movement becomes stronger as one fiddles away on a touchscreen phone.
How the advent of agriculture and online food ordering changed the human skeleton for the worse.
Human visits to the South Pole may threaten the adorable creatures with deadly diseases.
An analysis of the findings in Governor Andrew Cuomo's 184-page review of hydraulic fracturing
Scientists have found that tiny, golden-winged warblers can detect a storm before The Weather Channel knows its coming.
Main characters are two-and-a-half times more likely to die in a children's animated film than in a film for adults—and three times more likely to be murdered.
Food scientists have discovered how to counteract the explosive, frothy nature of bottled booze.
Before the first spaceflight, humanity’s sense of what—or who—might be in our galactic neighborhood was, by today’s standards, remarkably optimistic.
Hint: More than just one.
Tommy, a 26-year-old caged chimpanzee, has been denied the right to personhood and habeas corpus, but not for the reasons you might think.
To combat an unexpected, mutated version of influenza, the CDC has warned Americans to supplement their shots with anti-viral medicine.
Eric Garner’s final words roared across Manhattan amid a symphony of traffic horns and police sirens Thursday night.